MELBOURNE, Fla., Sept. 21, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- First Choice Healthcare Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB:FCHS) ("FCHS," "First Choice" or the "Company"), one of the nation's only non-physician-owned, publicly traded healthcare services companies focused on the delivery of total musculoskeletal solutions with an emphasis on Orthopaedics and Spine care, is pleased to announce that healthcare veteran Michael Lamb has been appointed Director of Ancillary Services.
“As an industry veteran – in having 22 years of dedicated radiology healthcare experience as well as having been responsible for all aspects of the operational, financial, and developmental functions of a healthcare entity – Mr. Lamb was the ideal candidate and the ideal fit for the Company,” stated Chris Romandetti, President and Chief Executive Officer of First Choice. “Mr. Lamb is uniquely qualified for this position and understands the specific needs of a fast-growing healthcare services company. As First Choice continues to expand, providing leading edge Ancillary Services will remain a major focus. Mr. Lamb will spearhead growth initiatives with respect to this effort, as well as provide expertise in other areas of our business.”
Michael Lamb recently served as NSI’s Chief Executive Officer – having served since 2011. Prior to joining NSI, Michael held various managerial and executive roles with Health Images Inc., Health Inventures Inc., Radiologix Inc., and Source Medical Inc. Through these roles he obtained diverse experiences within a multitude of ancillary services, private and public practice management, operational recoveries, business growth strategies, mergers and acquisitions, organizational formations, and commercial information technology solutions. Mr. Lamb earned a B.S. in Management/Radiologic Sciences/Healthcare Administration from the University of Central Florida, and is Six Sigma Green Belt certified.
“Having watched First Choice for quite some time now, I was excited to be a part of the company’s national search for a director to lead its Ancillary Services offering. In accepting First Choice’s offer, I’ll bring the entirety of my experience to the global value-prop First Choice offers within its existing model,” noted Michael Lamb. “With First Choice being so unique in the market place, I believe First Choice offers unprecedented optionality as well as a near open-architecture when it comes to Ancillary Services packaging. As an individual that values innovation and a willingness to disrupt status quos, I’m terribly excited to begin leading this incredible opportunity forward.”
About First Choice Healthcare Solutions, Inc.
Headquartered in Melbourne, Florida, First Choice Healthcare Solutions (FCHS) is implementing a defined growth strategy aimed at expanding its network of non-physician-owned medical centers of excellence, which concentrate on treating patients in the following specialties: Orthopaedics, Spine Surgery, Neurology, Interventional Pain Management and related diagnostic and ancillary services in key expansion markets throughout the Southeastern U.S. Serving Florida's Space Coast, the Company's flagship integrated platform currently administers over 100,000 patient visits each year and is comprised of First Choice Medical Group, The B.A.C.K. Center and Crane Creek Surgery Center. For more information, please visit www.myfchs.com, www.myfcmg.com, www.thebackcenter.net and www.cranecreeksurgerycenter.com.
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